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Free class touts benefits of mushrooms

There will be two classes: one in Enumclaw, and another in Sumner.

Ever wondered about the benefits of mushrooms? A one-hour class, being offered in both Enumclaw and Sumner, just might answer some questions.

Jubilee Naturals is hosting the free sessions on Saturday, Jan. 19; the class begins at 9 a.m. in Sumner (909 Main St., Suite 1) and 1 p.m. in Enumclaw (1702 Cole St.).

The guest speaker, Rob Yeager, is from Host Defense. He aims to spread the mushroom gospel, how mushrooms are good for people, plants and the planet.

Organizers want to know how many to expect and are asking for advance registration. Call the Sumner store at 253-447-7921 or the Enumclaw store at 360-625-8315.

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